Uk news Maverick the cat discovered in Renfrewshire having hitchhiked over 250 miles PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The friendly feline travelled to North Berwick, Edinburgh, Kirkcaldy, Dundee, Perth, and Glasgow, before arriving in Bridge of Weir
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A cat has been discovered in the back of a lorry after travelling from England to the Bridge of Weir. Now the SSPCA are asking for information in helping to reunite the cat with its owners. The charity revealed they have had a cat come into their care after being discovered in the back of a lorry that travelled from Barnsley, England. Download the free Renfrewshire Live app today Renfrewshire Live, the new free app dedicated to bringing you around the clock breaking news, is now available to download. Powered by the Paisley Daily Express, Renfrewshire Live is your go-to source for news, features and sport with live coverage provided direct to the app, seven days a week. The dedicated team of experienced journalists, responsible for the publication of the award-winning Express, will focus on breaking news, day and night, across Renfrewshire’s towns and villages. There is also a dedicated St Mirren section that will follow every kick of the ball with the Buddies. Available on both Android and Apple. Download here: smarturl.it/RenfrewLiveSocial Discovered on June 14, the cat travelled over 250 miles before being discovered, having travelled to North Berwick, Edinburgh, Kirkcaldy, Dundee, Perth, and Glasgow, before finally arriving in Bridge of Weir.
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. 'Maverick' is said to be "extremely nervous," and is thought to be a house cat, with staff unable to "get close" enough to locate a microchip. Judy added: “His nervousness leads us to think he is a house cat, but we are unsure as he could have gotten into the lorry while he was exploring as an outdoor cat.
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"Either way we are sure someone will be missing him. Thankfully Maverick is now safe at our centre, but we are desperate to find his owner.” The SSPCA are calling out for anyone to come forward with any information that would lead to the cat being returned to its owner as the haven’t given up hope that they can reunite the cat with its family. If you have any information that could help this happen, the charity is urging people to contact their confidential animal helpline - 03000 999 999. Don't miss the latest headlines from around Renfrewshire. Sign up to our newsletters here. Download the FREE Renfrewshire Live app now for all the latest news, features and sport in your area.
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